Isencane Lengane yesterday's episode got fans wondering if Siyacela is lazy. There is a lot of things that people share on reality TV shows. And because it becomes freely available to the world through Television, people get an opportunity to say what they thought about the episode.
In the recent episode Siyacela left everyone in disbelief after saying that he wanted his wives to work while he stayed home. This was definitely unexpected and fans couldn't help but wonder if Siyacela was saying things sober or not.
Lately he has been on the bad side and people are moving away from supporting him because he has a lot of controversy opinions. See more of people's reactions down below;
Share your thoughts on the comment section, what do you think of what Siyacela said on yesterday's episode of Isencane Lengane? And do you think it makes sense for a man to become a "house husband" while his wife becomes the sole provider?
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